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Charter review deserves time

Charter review deserves time

first_imgMayor Meg Kelly has formed a new Charter Review Commission comprised of the commissioners and deputies, to review the existing charter and propose improvements. Fortunately, the 2016-17 Charter Commission produced a compendium of recommendations in this direction (separate from the Council Manager proposal) that the new commission would do well to consider.Amending the existing charter was our hedge against the possibility that the council/manager proposal was defeated at the polls. So in this way, at least, the mayor’s initiative is in keeping with the former commission’s mandate. If the new commission’s proposal is on the November ballot, there will be plenty of time and space to comment.For now, advocates of charter change need to lower their voices so that the discussion can be heard how the commissioners want to change things. We also need to give Mayor Kelly the consideration due to anyone who enters a competitive election and ends up on top. The voters made their choice, and the outcome deserves its time on the stage.GORDON BOYDSaratoga SpringsThe writer was treasurer of the 2016-17 Charter Review Commission.More from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsSchenectady, Saratoga casinos say reopening has gone well; revenue down 30%EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesFoss: Should main downtown branch of the Schenectady County Public Library reopen? Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionLast November’s referendum on the Saratoga Springs City Charter produced an excruciatingly close result. The 10-vote margin against change, out of more than 9,000 cast has, if anything, amplified the voices on both sides who want the issue to be settled their way. As a member of the former Charter Review Commission and an activist in the Yes campaign, I think it is in everyone’s best interest at this point to lower the volume and give the community a breather.last_img read more

Woman nabbed over ‘drugs’

Woman nabbed over ‘drugs’

first_imgBACOLOD City – Policearrested a woman facing illegal drug charges in Barangay 2, Kabankalan City,Negros Occidental. She wasidentified as 39-year Rosalie Astrologo, Negros Occidental, a police reportshowed. Officers of theKabankalan City police station served the warrant issued by Judge RodneyMagbanua of the Regional Trial Court Branch 61 dated Nov. 12, 2019. The courtrecommended a P200,000 bail bond for Astrologo’s temporary liberty./PNcenter_img The suspect wasdetained. Astrologo –resident of Barangay Bacuyangan, Hinobaan – was caught on the strength of anarrest warrant around 1:25 p.m. Jan. 10, it added. last_img read more

IMCA Modified special events drivers chase Outerwears Performance Products awards

IMCA Modified special events drivers chase Outerwears Performance Products awards

first_imgSCHOOLCRAFT, Mich. – A company already familiar to many IMCA drivers shares the wealth with Modified special events competitors.New sponsor Outerwears Performance Products gives $25 gift certificates good toward the purchase of a radiator screen to a top five finisher at 25 Modified specials this season.“A lot of racers are very familiar with our pre-filters as a large number of Modified teams are already running them,” explained Nick Schero with Outerwears. “It is our new goal to help all teams protect their radiators with the Outerwears radiator screens.”“I’ve been to Super Nationals each of the last five years and attended a lot of IMCA events,” he continued. “We realized this partnership would be a good fit and asked ourselves why we weren’t already working with IMCA.”Product awards will be given at both the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s and Sprint Car Super Nationals. Outerwears gift certificates are mailed from the IMCA home office within a week after official race results are received.“We have been around a lot of dirt and asphalt teams and we simply have a passion for racing,” Schero said. “I believe this new partnership with IMCA is a perfect fit.”Located in Schoolcraft, Mich., Outerwears is in its 36th year of business and also manufactures product lines for a wide range of industries.More information is available by calling 800 967-3450, at the www.outerwears.com website and on Facebook.“The Outerwears name is very reputable in the racing industry and developing this partnership has been a great way to increase exposure and strengthen that reputation,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “I have enjoyed working with Nick and his team and marketing their outstanding line of products to our members.”last_img read more